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For Your Practice

FOR YOUR PRACTICE

Kareo

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Kareo iOS/Free Basic Version  The free Kareo app gives medical professionals an easy and convenient way to keep track of patient appointments. Whether walking the halls of the hospital, commuting to the office, or trying to grab lunch on a busy day, the Kareo app will keep you informed and …

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For Your Patients – Food Label Basics

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Over the past 50 years we have seen many diets low in carbohydrates help thousands of patients lose weight and then they gain it right back. The problem is exacerbated by forcing people who have been eating large quantities of food to try to cut their food intake, sometimes by …

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miEHR

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iPatientCare, Inc. iOS/Free Basic Version The iPatientCare miEHR (mobile EHR) is a scaled-down version of iPatientCare’s full-featured EHR, and is meant to provide highly mobile healthcare providers with anywhere, anytime access to patients’ clinical records at the point-of-care. This system allows physicians to view a complete clinical summary of patients, …

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docwise

docwise

docwise inc. Free/iPad docwise is a personal magazine for physicians that helps you access medical journals, news and topics in one place. Stay up to date, track topics important to you, and save articles to read offline. docwise is the efficient way to stay up to date on all your …

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iPrescribe

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iApp Creative LLC $.99 iOS Certified by Surescripts, iPrescribe is the first standalone electronic prescribing app. It’s as portable as your prescription pad, much more secure, saves time and offers incredible convenience. It’s preloaded with the specific drug info that will enable you to write prescriptions quickly, whether in the …

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PubMed4Hh

PubMed4Hh

National Library of Medicine Free iOS and Android PubMed for Handhelds (PubMed4Hh) is an app for discovering relevant health information at the National Library of Medicine. Journal abstracts, TBLs ("the bottom line" summaries) and full text articles (requires subscription to journals) can be accessed anywhere the Internet is available.

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